11th July 2013 marked the 50th Aniversary of the raid by Police on the farm. Members of the Military Wing of the ANC were meeting to discuss a strategy based on guerrilla warfare like the Cuban revolution to overthrow the Apartheid Government. Police discovered the headquarters of Radio Freedom, the early stages of the making 210,000 hand grenades, 48,000 personnel mines and other explosives for use to cause mayhem to the whole country. People arrested where the top leaders of the Military wing and although Nelson Mandela stayed in the thatched cottage there under disguise, he was not there when the others were arrested. Some of these were Communist Party members who also assisted in funding from overseas. The museum is testament to this chilling part of South Africa's past and what a different outcome there would have been, had they succeeded in blowing up the country as they were plotting to do on that day.